cout<mecha: Thanks, yeah I would like to see me do some distortions, too.
Flaskpost: Shhh! Don't blow my cover, lol jk. Thanks bra.
Having some attempts at portrait painting, haven't done so in a while.
Flask: Thanks, bra!
Gettin' some colours down on the illo
Trying to get some hue shift going on with the chair but have no idea how. Just ended up looking like army camo x.x
Ah, another inspiring long-term sketchbook. I'm just starting intense figure drawing learning, so it's inspirational to see someone else's progress.
I love the John Cleeses and Clint Eastwoods on the previous page. Pretty lines. I'm guessing they're from reference, but did you use construction lines for those or did you just straight up draw them just like that? I mean, I see a light line for the spherical volume of the head, but that's pretty much it.
Flask Cheers bra, next one for sure.
diamandis Thanks. I always use construction if I want accuracy. The construction in those drawings are sparse and incredibly light anyway.
Interesting mix between Matt Groening and Bioware. What's next, F-Zero meets Jeff Bandelin's Tankmen?
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